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Model 35 Belgian Mauser

Article about: I have an oddity here I was hoping someone had more info on. It's a model 35 Belgian mauser. It is chambered in 7.65x53 but has a k98 bolt and k98 stock. I do know that when the Germans capt

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    I have an oddity here I was hoping someone had more info on. It's a model 35 Belgian mauser. It is chambered in 7.65x53 but has a k98 bolt and k98 stock. I do know that when the Germans captured these guns they gave them the new designator gewehr 262B. When you Google these rifles there are several that come up with k98 bolts and even one or two that have been put into k98 stocks. I don't know if these were war time mods or post war. Any other info about these would help as there isn't much out there.. Thanks

    Model 35 Belgian Mauser
    Model 35 Belgian Mauser
    Model 35 Belgian Mauser
    Model 35 Belgian Mauser
    Model 35 Belgian Mauser
    Model 35 Belgian Mauser
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    it would take better photographs, and details of both stock and iron markings

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